So any occasion conventionally calls for dressing up in sarees, lehengas, anarkalis and suit-salwars.
I recently got engaged and since it was a just a family affair, I decided to keep it really simple. A saree, or a lehenga or a pair of suit-salwar would have been too grand for an inhouse ceremony. So I was on a look out for a simple ensemble. I wear handloom mostly, I try to, so I knew where to go. Safina Plaza houses a bunch of handloom boutiques. I have had several strolls in the corridors of Safina Plaza. I have a few favorites there too. Nauchandi is one such boutique. Love their stuff! Very contemporary and right up my alley.
So I saw this chanderi silk anarkali at their store and fell in love instantly for it was so simple and rich in fabric at the same time. Just how I like it. It came with a jacket which I didn’t wear because I had something else in mind for the day.
Whenever I buy something, I make sure I have atleast 3 ways to wear it.
So here are the 3 ways, I had in mind-
This is what I wore on my engagement. I teamed it up with this gorgeous banarasee dupatta. Wore simpler earrings on the actual day. But you can switch things up with a bigger pair as in the pictures.
This style is the most I resonate with. My personal style, I’d say. I love wearing neckpieces as is very evident on my Instagram. This time around I paired 2 which were similar in texture. And were almost from the same colour family. I love how the look turned out to be. You can wear it to any day-event.
I love wearing anarkalis as dresses. I don’t think I have ever worn them with salwar, leggings or palazzos. I choose to take the pant less route always. This time around I thought of wearing it with my corset belt and my open toe mules. This is such an easy breezy outfit.
How would you like to wear your anarkalis?
Until next post,